Relieve Foot & Leg Pain – BioPed Ottawa (Kanata)

Foot pain and lower leg pain relief by our foot specialists (using Custom Orthotics, Compression Stockings, Knee & Ankle Bracing, Orthopaedic Footwear and other Footcare Products), have been the specialty of BioPed Ottawa (Kanata) and the 75 BioPed clinics across Canada for more than 30 years. We hand-craft your custom orthotics in our signature on-site lab for a quick initial turnaround and on-the-spot adjustments, all to ensure your maximum comfort. BioPed provides complete lower limb pain solutions using compression stockings (medical and non-medical grade), custom & non-custom knee and ankle bracing, comfort footwear, over-the-counter shoe inserts, Diabetic foot care and a line of foot creams to treat cracked/dry feet and nail fungus.


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486 Hazeldean Rd, Unit G2
Ottawa, ON K2L 1V4
t: 613-831-6686
f: 613-831-3474


Jeff Moustgaard, C Ped (C), Manager
Wes Hoy, C Ped (C)

Hours of

M: 9am – 5pm
T: 9am – 6pm
W: 9am – 5pm
Th: 10am – 7pm
F: 8am – 3pm
Sa: 9am – 3pm
Su: Closed

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